3D for After Effects Artists

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In this extended tutorial, learn a workflow for combining a 3D look created in After Effects using the Cinema 4D renderer, with graphic elements created in Cinema 4D Lite (or Cinema 4D). We start with a basic 2.5D look using the Classic 3D renderer, switch to the Cinema 4D renderer and enhance the comp to create a clean extruded look. Next we introduce reflections and an environment for a glossier more polished look. And finally, we export the scene to Cinema 4D Lite where we create elements to reimport and enhance the look using Cineware.

For a 3rd party cloning option for Cinema 4D Lite check out MoGraph Cloner Lite. Thanks to Nicole Hawkins for the baked camera expressions tip.

 

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  1. Harrison Grant
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    Thanks for sharing this project John, some very handy tips that will certainly speed up my AE workflow.

    • John Dickinson
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      Cool Harrison, glad you found it useful.

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